What The Internet Knows About You
Well, not quite. But most users make a lot of information about themselves available just by using the Internet.
This site is a resource for those looking to learn about technologies that can be used to improve online privacy.
How does it work?
Start by assuming anything you post to the Internet is public and attributable to you.
Here is an info-graphic on the effectiveness of TOR + HTTPS
What Can You Do About It?
There are many tools to help you minimize the information you expose online.
In aggregate these can be quite effective, but they're not fool-proof because it only takes one careless mistake to leave you unprotected.
The resources below are included in the hopes you find them useful.
A Google Search alternative: DuckDuckGo
Other helpful information
The Grugq's presntation from HITB2012, "OPSEC for Hackers: Because Jail of for WU-FTPD"
David Solove on the "Nothing To Hide" argument